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Adventures in Food Design: An Interview with Sam Bompas, Jellymonger

In which Bompas talks to GOOD about playing with food, being a jelly entrepreneur, and a gigantic cake for Will & Kate's royal wedding.


No offense to GOOD, but if I could work anywhere else in the world, it would probably be at Sam Bompas and Harry Parr's south London jelly factory*. [*NOTE: Jelly is known as Jell-O in the U.S.]

Sam and Harry launched their own company, Bompas & Parr, in 2007, with an architectural jelly banquet that included a wobbly Millennium Bridge designed by Norman Foster and ended in a food fight, during which someone hurled a jelly St. Paul's Cathedral out of the window.

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Norman Foster Rebuilds Buckminister Fuller's 1933 Fuel Efficient Vehicle

British architect Norman Foster has painstakingly reproduced the Dymaxion Car, a famous 1933 vehicle designed by Buckminister Fuller.


A few weeks ago, we mentioned that British architect Norman Foster was painstakingly reproducing the Dymaxion Car, a famous 1933 vehicle designed by design icon Buckminister Fuller. According to a recent story in the Guardian, the car is now complete and on show at Ivorypress Gallery in Madrid, which has published a book chronicling its history, Dymaxion Car: Buckminster Fuller.

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